International shipping on Great Lakes down only 6.6% with only a few weeks left in season
By: Joseph S. Pete, The Times
International cargoes on the Great Lakes has been rebounding as the shipping season draws to a close.
Shipments of crops and wind turbine components to Great Lakes ports like the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor and the Port of Chicago stayed steady in November, while steel shipments picked up the pace.
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